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Providence Today

On a return visit to Rhode Island's quiet capital, Amy Larocca finds the city transformed.

Summer in Rhode Island

Thanks in large part to Donald Ross, who had a vacation home here, the smallest state in the nation has one of the finest collections...

VIDEO: The Best Burger Joints in the Best Burger City

It’s true: We like it when people read (and share) our lists. We like it even more when people create entire videos about them. So...

America's Best Burger Cities 2012

Travel + Leisure readers sank in their teeth to decide which American city does burgers best.

America's Strangest People

Are they hippies, weirdos, or just cooler than the rest of us? Travel + Leisure readers voted on which cities fly their freak flags the...

America's Most and Least Attractive People

Travel + Leisure readers have ranked cities with the best-looking people—and the secret may lie in equal parts of jogging and smiling.

America's Best Cities for Summer Travel

Travel + Leisure readers rank the best cities around the U.S. for a summer getaway.

America's Best Cities for Hipsters

They sport vintage bowling shoes and the latest tech gear—but they also know all the best places to eat and drink. Here are America’s cities...

America's Techiest Cities

Where have the nerds taken over—and created a thriving tech culture for the rest of us to enjoy? Travel + Leisure readers did the calculations.

America's Rudest Cities

In which city are you most likely to get a rude reception from locals? Travel + Leisure readers have crowned America’s capital of crabbiness.
HOTELS

Jacob Hill Inn

Built in 1722, the property was once a hunt club whose members included the Vanderbilt family. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Original New York System

A landmark, this humble shop has been standing since 1927 and continues to serve its trademark grilled tube steaks (also known as gaggers) to an adoring public. The dogs, distinguished by their... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Waterplace Park

When Providence moved its railroad tracks underground, the ugly and off-putting jumble of railroad bridges at the junction of the Moshassuck, Woonasquatucket, and Providence rivers became ripe for... more ›


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